NexJ Health Solutions maximize patient wellness through patient engagement. Designed around a people-centered approach to healthcare, NexJ Health Solutions are meeting the global trend to move away from acute care to a primary care and wellness coaching paradigm of health. Healthcare providers, insurers and governments use NexJ Health Solutions to increase the quality of patient care, improve patient safety, reduce the cost of services, and promote wellness.
NexJ Health Solutions
NexJ Connected Wellness is a cloud-based solution that enables providers and payors to support patients in achieving their health and wellness goals while reducing costs.
Healthcare providers use NexJ Connected Wellness to connect with patients, collaborate with peers, and work collaboratively across the continuum of care. Through improved access to patient information and communication, providers are able to improve the quality of care and deliver it at lower costs while achieving regulatory compliance.
NexJ Connected Wellness is a key delivery platform for health and wellness solutions that extend the functionality of the Platform and support greater provider-patient interaction and patient engagement.
NexJ Transitional Care Management
NexJ Health Coach
NexJ Disease Screening is used by healthcare providers to provide proactive, population-based disease screening programs that facilitate the early identification of treatable diseases, enable coordinated action when disease is detected, and analyze results to improve screening programs and public health.
NexJ Contact for Health is used by healthcare facilities and hospitals to generate a comprehensive view of information related to providers, patients, and members across the organization. It combines best-of-breed customer relationship management (CRM) functionality with healthcare-specific features to provide healthcare organizations with a greater understanding of the people they interact with and the ability to offer improved services and programs.
NexJ Health Exchange enables interoperability between proprietary and standards-based health information systems such as EMRs, EHRs, and HIEs, allowing organizations to bring together patient information from multiple systems, registries, and repositories.